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Management Team Leave Poppies
Management Team Leave Poppies
Manager Ian Culverhouse and his staff have parted company with Vanarama National League North club Kettering Town.
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Culverhouse was engaged until the end of the season which ended with the Poppies finishing in an impressive eighth position.  

 

In his 22 games in charge of the club the team won 8, drew 9 and lost 5 games, with just one defeat in their final 12 games, this included games against most of the top sides, Chorley, York City, Kidderminster Harriers, AFC Fylde and champions Gateshead.

 

However, owner Ritchie Jeune told http://www.ketteringtownfc.com: “It’s a situation where in the end there are fundamental differences between us. The relationship between the manager and the club is paramount, if we are to succeed, and we feel that it's best for everyone, if we look in a different direction. 

 

“I want to thank Ian for everything he has done for us in his short time here and wish him well in his next appointment which with his qualities will not be far away”.

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Management Team Leave Poppies
Management Team Leave Poppies
Sunday 15 May 22 I 15:16:54
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Culverhouse was engaged until the end of the season which ended with the Poppies finishing in an impressive eighth position.  

 

In his 22 games in charge of the club the team won 8, drew 9 and lost 5 games, with just one defeat in their final 12 games, this included games against most of the top sides, Chorley, York City, Kidderminster Harriers, AFC Fylde and champions Gateshead.

 

However, owner Ritchie Jeune told http://www.ketteringtownfc.com: “It’s a situation where in the end there are fundamental differences between us. The relationship between the manager and the club is paramount, if we are to succeed, and we feel that it's best for everyone, if we look in a different direction. 

 

“I want to thank Ian for everything he has done for us in his short time here and wish him well in his next appointment which with his qualities will not be far away”.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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